These modules allow companies to address specific issues related to ownership culture.
They serve as stand-alone packages for training or communication programs, or can be integrated with Building an Ownership Culture or with Ownership Facts training.
In addition to these modules listed below, companies may also wish to explore The Ownership Incentive and Ownership Associatesí ESOP Modules.
Some ideas about what ownership cynicism is and where it comes from can help prevent its emergence at a company. This module draws on employee interviews, client experiences, and cross-company data to paint a picture of cynicism and how it can be overcome.
- Company Vision
How does the vision of the company fit into employee ownership and into the rights and responsibilities framework?
- Other Companies
The experience of other companies in developing employee-ownership can be a powerful tool to make the culture change effort feel real. We can present case studies or arrange for a representative from another employee-ownership company to present.
- Research Results
A brief and accessible introduction to the research results documenting the effects of employee ownership on corporate performance, employee welfare, corporate longevity, and employee attitudes.
- The Ownership Incentive
This module explains how employee-ownership provides a direct individual profit motive for employees, and demonstrates how it is possible for employee-ownership to be a "win-win" arrangement.
- Structured Problem Solving
Using the tools from the basic Ownership Culture Training, employees are guided through a structured process to identify issues at the company that can be productively addressed and to come up with outlines of possible solutions.
- The ESOP Committee
This training is a good opportunity to introduce or reinforce the role of your ESOP Committee. It can be a way to recruit members, or a way to increase the public exposure of committee members by having them participate in delivering the training.